When people ask you, what do you do, what do you tell them? I would tell them I’m a software engineer, I write code and I build solutions basically. What does financial wealth mean to you? Financial wealth to me means I can take a year off work and not be broke. But, to be… Continue reading “Before Investing, Do Your Own Research. Don’t Just Go With The Flow” – My Name Is Moyin, And This Is How I Make My #MoneyRise
I started in February 2021, I have a real estate investment in Nigeria, but I had a clause, I could not always cash in or cash out the way I wanted.
When you wake up and dress up to go out for the day’s toil, you often do so with the expectation that things will work out well for you and that you will return safely home. But what if the day doesn’t go as planned?
On the 3rd of August, 2021, the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) issued a new 60-day moratorium on residential evictions in areas with high levels of COVID-19 infections.
First, understand that no amount is too small to start investing. That said, you can invest that money in stocks, fixed income, real estate and more. And all with RIsevest.
When people ask you what you do, what do you tell them? I tell them I’m a man of many talents. Haha, just kidding. I’m a guy that just does what’s needed. I’ve dipped my hands in so many things; Products, Business Development, Engineering, Media and Marketing. How did you start investing? Hmm, I don’t… Continue reading I Remove A Percentage Of My Income For Savings And Then Invest From The Savings. My Name Is Dada Ben And This Is How I Make My Moneyrise
The rise of the gig economy has given birth to many people choosing a non-traditional career path. The freelancer can choose what to work on and when. They can also decide how to manage their money 100% after paying tax. Risevest is committed to helping you manage this new reality as it relates to their retirement.
I run an events management business in Northern Nigeria. I’m not a civil servant.
I will say I am pretty principled when picking my investments. I am also an aggressive investor. Due to my age, I have enough time to accumulate wealth and allow compounding work for me. Firstly, I stay off Ponzi schemes. Next, I always look for opportunities that can beat the prevailing inflation rate of the Naira. This is one of the investment guidelines I have.
Whenever market dips, it is normal for individuals to question their conviction. However, it is possible for their decision to be right and still experience frequent dips. Because dips is a feature of the market.